Equity and per capita entitlement has to be the basis for fair climate deal says UK Climate minister
New European Union report on funding commitments fails to meet developing countries’ expectations
CoP-15 in Copenhagen last year had begun with a bang.
At Cancun the move is to replace the regime to voluntary targets for all
India's shift in policy to support this regime will be disastrous for an effective and equitous agreement
The Last Hurrah, soaked in 'spirit of compromise'
Negotiators have a menu too long on the last day, here how they are poised
New ADP text circulated to countries. Negotiations to continue till late into the night
Talks under the Ad hoc Working Group on Durban Platform (ADP), tasked to negotiate the global climate deal in 2015, seem to be heading nowhere.
The US makes its play
Hillary Clinton proposes a Copenhagen outcome that looks nothing like the AWG texts being negotiated by parties
US unwilling to yield an inch
President Obama delivers a profoundly (but perhaps predictably) disappointing speech in Copenhagen
दुनिया की पहली फिशरीज इंडेक्स इंश्योरेंस योजना
नेचर क्लाइमेट चेंज नामक पत्रिका में एक पेपर प्रकाशित किया है। जिसमें कृषि से लेकर मत्स्य पालन तक के जलवायु जोखिम बीमा की चुनौतियों ...
भारतीय-प्रशांत महासागर के गर्म होने से भारत में बदल रहा है बारिश का पैटर्न
हाल ही में वैज्ञानकों को भारतीय-प्रशांत महासागर के एक हिस्से के तेजी से गर्म होने का पता चला है। जिसके कारण भारत सहित दुनिया ...
NGOs in glass houses
Northern NGOs should focus on getting their own countries to meet commitments, rather than coming up with unfair methods of reducing emissions in …
Factsheet: Loss and damage and liablity
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, the debate on the link between extreme weather-related events and climate change
Africa Climate Week: Cyclone Idai highlights urgent need of climate finance
The cyclone is already being touted as one of the worst natural disasters in the southern hemisphere
Bangkok climate negotiations: Carbon market discussions miss the point
Implementing carbon markets can incentivise climate action and emission reductions; however, the state of current negotiations makes that questionable
Bangkok climate intersession: Balanced rulebook must be the priority
The rule book cannot focus only on certain elements of the Paris Agreement and ignore the rest
It is time we protect our oceans
Oceans also drive the climate, and most importantly, they act as a buffer against climate change
Debunking science behind 'comfortable' temperature
What is a comfortable temperature? The question seems benign at surface but the answer has far reaching ecological consequences
Scientists set out to study long-living African tree found them dying
They suspect climate change to be the cause of the death of baobab trees that live for thousands of years
Desert creatures may cope with climate change better than expected
Researchers took Gehyra variegate, a gecko, as the sample species and found that it does not shy away from heat and can maintain its population …
Technology push at COP 23: platform to promote low carbon fuels launched
The below50 initiative hubs was launched in North America, South America and Australia to bring together suppliers and costumers for …
India needs a strong narrative at COP23 to push its climate goals
Stressing on its success with regard to 2020 commitments would have placed India in a better bargaining position to demand enhanced action from …
'Policy dialogues around food security and climate adaptation need to draw from different disciplines'
Celia Petty is the co-founder and director of Evidence for Development (EfD), an UK-based organisation that specialises in research and capacity …
Time for China and Europe to lead, as Trump dumps the Paris climate deal
Trump's decision of withdrawing from Paris Agreement leaves China and Europe with the job of preventing other nations from following suit
World would be better off if Trump withdraws from Paris climate deal
If the US stays in the Paris deal but misses its targets, the deal could look like a sham
Revenge of the rich
Trump's election reflects the anger of the rich who did not get richer. This inequity is also at the core of the climate change challenge
COP 22: little progress on pre-2020 actions
The facilitative dialogue was held at Marrakech to review progress of pre-2020 actions before the Paris Agreement comes into force